In the giving spirit of the season, we’re giving you twice the podcast this week, with a bonus episode of holiday cheer!
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with Apt613’s Christmas playlist, featuring songs recorded by artists from or based right here in Ottawa.
The band formed in 1987 in Kingston, Ontario, and are still as crazy live as they were when first starting out.
Stars will be performing at the NAC with a 90-piece orchestra, a first for the band.
Holiday Boogie is a funk and soul dance party at Babylon Nightclub this Saturday, December 15.
Queen St. Fare is also one of the few food halls popping up across North America with entertainment on the menu.
Paper Beat Scissors is playing at Pressed on Friday, December 14.
Carleton University music theatre students performed two nights of Songs for a New World for their end of term production with the Carleton University Musical Theatre Ensemble.
Before the sun came up on Friday December 7, Queen St. Fare, Ottawa’s first food hall, had opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Jessica Moss and Her Harbour perform this Monday, December 10 at General Assembly.
It is already a week into December which means that holiday plans are coming together, final exams are looming, and Christmas music is everywhere. Take some time this weekend to unwind, refocus, and do something neat and out of the box. There is plenty to do that has little or nothing to do with Christmas crafts or carols, so check out something offbeat!
Local musician Lucas Haneman wanted to play the guitar since he could talk.
Birds of Bellwoods bring their brand of indie-folk to Neat Cafe in Burnstown on Saturday, December 8, 2018
The Ottawa music scene is undergoing a slow revolution to more clearly and firmly establish itself as a place where misfits of all kinds—not just the white, cisgender, straight ones—can feel safe and welcome.
Soul band Slack Bridges are taking their show to one of the biggest stages in the city with a concert at the National Arts Centre on December 7, 2018.